A Look Back at 6 Years of ABC-Carnegie News Fellows

In a segment broadcast today, Brian Ross, ABC News’s chief investigative reporter, saluted the work produced by journalism graduate students selected as ABC-Carnegie Summer Fellows.

“For ten weeks each summer, young journalists selected through a competitive process received training on news ethics and reporting and lived temporarily here in New York,” said Ross.  “It [the summer program] was so successful that six years and 34 participants later, it is still going strong.”

Ross added, “We trained them in the reporting techniques we believed mattered most.”

The ABC News segment aired some of the young journalists’ finest investigative reports and provided an update as to what the former Fellows are now doing.

Watch the segments:

Journalism Students Go On a Radioactive Road Trip

Journalism Students Investigate Death on the Job

Journalism Students Investigate State Lawmakers